The Brand Israel Group, a coalition of volunteer advertising and marketing specialists, has released a survey that shows a significant decrease in Israel’s approval rating among Americans.
“The future of America no longer believe that Israel shares their values. This is huge! Devastating,” Fern Oppenheim, a co-founder of BIG, told The Times of Israel.
While approval of Israel among American college students dropped 27% between the group’s 2010 and 2016 surveys, Israel’s approval rating among all Americans dropped 14 points, from 76% to 62%.
College students remain the only group surveyed that are more inclined to feel more sympathy towards Palestinians than Israel.
This story "Israel Approval Drops Among American College Students" was written by Ari Feldman.